PlayStation users will be happy to know that they will land some exclusive content for the upcoming Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes from developers Kojima Productions.
The news about exclusive content was tweeted by Hideo Kojima, series creator. Kojima tweeted a picture of his interview at a Sony's PlayStation 4 event in New York and also captured a TV screen that has "Exclusive content for PlayStation platform" on it. He, however, did not reveal details on the PlayStation exclusivity in Ground Zeroes, Polygon reported.
Ground Zeroes will be a standalone game, acting as a prologue for Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain and will hit PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One consoles in spring 2014. The titles cost for the current-generation consoles will be $19.99 for downloadable version and $29.99 for a retail version. The next-generation console versions will cost $29.99 for the download versions.
The Phantom Pain might have Inconsistencies
Kojima explained that Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain will be a complicated plot and will be difficult for the studio to keep track of its plot.
In an interview to Kotaku, he said that the game might have some inconsistencies and also added that the story of The Phantom Pain might contradict slightly from events of earlier games.
"I'm pretty sure that the guys at Star Wars had the same issues," Kojima said. "When you try to write something that was supposed to be in the middle there will be some inconsistencies when you go into very small details."
"The most important part is writing something that is fun, something that is impressive, something that is better than it was before. So sometimes in the interest of doing this, of having a better experience, we sacrifice some consistencies in the story," he said.